- Choice of law clauses — EU Rules — Traditional rules — Judgments and orders
This chapter analyses the impact of private international law rules on the right to a fair trial, and vice versa. There has been a very limited impact of private international law rules on the right to a fair trial. This is because the private international law regime has often accommodated the interests protected by the right to a fair trial. As a result, there has been a significant lack of cases regarding the operation of private international law rules and the right to a fair trial. Similarly, the impact of the right to a fair trial can be seen to have been distinctly inconsistent in terms of which rules of private international law have been affected and which State’s rules have been affected.
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